Digicel Tonga

Digicel Rewards Sione Loamanu with $1000 Cash

Sione ‘Ofeina Loamanu of Tatakamotonga won $1000 Cash.  A Digicel customer for years, Sione is 32 years old and lives with his family. 

He has 8 children and says that this cash will help him in preparing his kids for School this year.  In his excitement, Sione shared tears of joy as he said how blessed he is to be rewarded for using Digicel services and this reward could not have come at a better time. 

Henry Hendana Manoa Wins $10,000 cash from Christmas Light It Up Campaign

The Campaign was launched on 16th November 2019 and promotion ended on 3rd January 2020.

The announcement was made at the Manoa Residence in Fanga this afternoon where the Digicel team visited Henry and wife, Lisia at their family home. 

The Campaign was aimed to encourage Digicel customers to top up $5 pa’anga or more and buy any prepaid plans on *123# or My Digicel App for the chance to win $200 pa’anga weekly or the grand prize of $10,000 pa’anga cash.

Digicel supports NRL Nine’s Tournament in Ha’apai

The NRL Development Manager for Tonga, Tavake Fangupo received this support valued at 1500TOP that was an indication of Digicel’s continued support for sports development amongst youths across the country. 

The Nine’s tournament was part of the Fe’ofa’aki ‘a Kakau Festival in Ha’apai.

Digicel is moving towards building a strong relationship with the National Rugby League (NRL) team in Tonga and fostering local talents in Rugby.

Digicel Tonga CEO presents Staff Awards for 2019

Digicel Tonga Chief Executive Officer, Anthony Seuseu presented the Staff Awards and prizes in the categories for Employee of the Year, Outstanding Performer of the year, Team Recognition and the CEO’s Choice Award.


The awardees were nominated by staff and based on the performance, commitment, work ethics and support they have demonstrated as individuals or as a team.


The categories were;

Digicel Team continues to light up the Community this week

The team visited the home with groceries, sanitary items, linen and other necessities as a gesture of ‘giving’ this Christmas. 

The Home of the Loving Heart of Good Samaritan has eight residents who are all senior citizens. 

Digicel’s Christmas theme ‘Light It Up’ is about reconnecting as a family this Christmas and in doing that Digicel is giving MORE of everything to reward its customers this year.


More reasons to say "OUUAAA" this Christmas!

One of those moments as we know it is Christmas and this Christmas as we continue to LIGHT IT UP,  we’re excited to give our Customers MORE and MORE!

Digicel Tonga out to give back to the community this festive season

Part of the initiative is that, the company promises to make it a memorable festive season for people of Tonga.

Digicel Tonga Management and Staff visited homes of 60 children with special needs across Tongatapu and delivered Christmas gifts to their door steps.

In the true spirit of Christmas, each child was gifted with a small gesture to light up their faces this Christmas. 

The first home visited was to Malia Timote, 11 year old girl of Ha’alalo who is looked after by her 12 year old sister and her younger brother is 8 years old. 

Digicel is lighting it up this Christmas

With Digicel on a journey to becoming a digital lifestyle partner for customers, that means being with them every step of the way – for the everyday moments, the special moments and the shared moments; one of those moments is Christmas.

Digicel Tonga invests $1.5m on upgrades for 4G+

Digicel Tonga has invested in the upgrade of ten additional sites this year across the country with 4G+ coverage. This upgrade underpins Digicel’s commitment to improving its communications services to the people of Tonga. 

Anthony Seuseu, Digicel Tonga CEO said: “The total investment of $1.5m this year is an indication of our efforts to ensure connectivity for our customers is a priority.  Our aim is to make things simple for our customers, provide them with the best customer service and allow them to live their best lives in a digital world.” 

Digicel Tonga supports Breast Cancer Pink Fun Run

Digicel has provided merchandise as prizes for the event, which will be held on Saturday.

The items were presented by Digicel Tonga Chief Executive Officer, Anthony Seuseu to Tonga Breast Cancer Society’s President, Frederica ‘o Lapaha Filipe.

Breast cancer is the most prevalent cancer in Tonga.

Vaiola Hospital sees 40 new breast cancer patients each year, but very few cases are detected early enough, before the cancer has spread to other parts of the body.